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The project seeks to establish the e-Connected Grainbelt Network, an open data exchange system to harness and combine a range of information, like paddock records, weather observations, weather forecasts, financial updates and research outcomes.
Jerry Hubbard is President and CEO of Energistics of Houston, Texas USA, the upstream industry's open data exchange standards consortium.
The management platform is a web-based interface that allows the facility to configure and control the system using profiles (across the facility, zone-by-zone or individual fixtures), reporting (energy usage, occupancy and ambient light), data-driven optimization, open data exchange and more.
Through the use of new open data exchange standards (known as "eXtensible Business Reporting Language," or XBRL), the CDR system will facilitate faster delivery of accurate Call Report data.
Once it fits the other pieces to the jigsaw with the next phases, the company says it will be in a position to offer open data exchange between its Rochade repository, the Microsoft Repository and any other repository or tool vendor's products based on OIM.
Highland Heights, Ohio, which has implemented a software driver that makes its PLCs compatible with Measurex's Open Data Exchange for MXOpen LANs.
ELM provides a common, non-proprietary and open data exchange and disbursement system that seamlessly links the diverse computing platforms of schools and lenders through its industry leading products, ELMNet, ELM NDN and ELMSelect.
The V-Con project aims to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the National Road Authorities by improving open data exchange in the civil infrastructure sector, with a focus on road construction and road asset management.